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    Republican Control of Senate Puts Sen. Burns in the Driver's Seat | Log in/Create an Account | Top | 3 comments | Search Discussion
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    Re: Repbulican Control of Senate Puts Sen. Burns i
    by alexander on Wednesday November 06 2002, @08:27AM (#10011)
    User #22 Info | http://www.icannchannel.de
    So, let's have a fresh look at the opensecrets databases (this was in March):

    Senate: (2002 election cycle only)
  • Ernest F Hollings (D-SC, Commerce Cmte Chair, Appropriations Commerce Subcmte): $2,000 from VeriSign PAC
  • Conrad Burns (R-MT, Communications Subcmte Ranking): $1,000 from VeriSign PAC
  • Mary L Landrieu (D-LA, Appropriations Cmte): $500 from VeriSign PAC
    VeriSign PAC Total: $3,500

    House: (2002 election cycle only)
  • W J "Billy" Tauzin (R-LA, Commerce Cmte Chair): $6,000 from VeriSign PAC
  • Rick Boucher (D-VA, Commerce Telecom+Internet Subcmte, Judiciary Courts+Internet+IP Subcmte): $4,125 from VeriSign PAC
  • Anna G Eshoo (D-CA, Commerce Telecom+Internet Subcmte): $2,000 from VeriSign PAC
  • Robert W Goodlatte (R-VA, Judiciary Courts+Internet+IP Subcmte): $2,000 from VeriSign PAC
  • John D Dingell (D-MI, Commerce Cmte Ranking): $1,000 from VeriSign PAC
  • Cal Dooley (D-CA): $1,000 from VeriSign PAC
  • Mike Honda (D-CA, Science Research Subcmte): $1,000 from VeriSign PAC
  • Zoe Lofgren (D-CA, Judiciary Courts+Internet+IP Subcmte): $1,000 from VeriSign PAC
  • F James Sensenbrenner Jr (R-WI, Judiciary Courts+Internet+IP Subcmte): $1,000 from VeriSign PAC
  • Fred Upton (R-MI, Commerce Telecom+Internet Subcmte Chair): $1,000 from VeriSign PAC
  • Albert R Wynn (D-MD, Commerce Cmte): $1,000 from VeriSign PAC
    VeriSign PAC Total: $21,125

    Soft Money: (2002 election cycle only)
  • National Republican Senatorial Cmte: $45,000 from VeriSign
  • Democratic Senatorial Campaign Cmte: $40,250 from VeriSign
  • Democratic Senatorial Campaign Cmte: $25,000 from Register.com
  • National Republican Congressional Cmte: $35,350 from VeriSign
  • Republican National Cmte: $2,650 from VeriSign
    VeriSign Total: $123,250
    Register.com Total: $25,000

    Lobbying:
  • VeriSign Total Lobbying Expenditures for 2000 (last figure available): $220,000

    And there's a lot more data in there...
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